Deja Vu 2
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Déjà vu Part 2

Therefore, shouldn’t they buy into it more? Somewhat, but they tend to write it off as nothing more than a “feeling” one has experienced something, due to memory triggering.

For example, have you ever smelt blueberry muffins in the morning? Perhaps this or another smell could take you back to a time in which you smelled the same scent as a child. Your brain remembers that and you trigger the memory. Yet Déjà vu works the same way without actually making you realize this.

It is possible that the human brain puts several things together in one, making you feel like something has previously happened when it didn’t. Then when it does, it’s like a short-term memory issue comes about. Yet everything we just said is highly debatable…proving why it’s a rabbit hole concept.

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